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LATCH OR STRIKER NEEDS ADJUSTMENT,ONE OF THE TWO ARE ADJUSTABLE,IF YOU HAVE TO SLAM IT,IT MIGHT ALSO NEED LATCH,BUT MAKE SURE LATCH ISN'T IN THE LOCKED POSITION,IF IS GET A SCREWDRIVER PUT KEY IN TURN KEEP THE WAY IT GOES TO OPEN PUT SCREWDRIVER IN CLOSED LATCH HOLE AND PULL ON,IF DOES OPEN IT PROBABLY WILL NEED LATCH

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